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>> marty:good morning and welcome to kron four news weekend. we're taking a live look form our embarcadero camera. thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. breaking overnight. >> rebecca: we might see showers and are forecast expecting a light rain tonight into smarm morning we might see what whether. get temperatures in the '70s with warmest inland spots and then it and i stayed to go outside the year to do this guy and it will be nice and dry conditions out there. and then
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as and give the it o'clock hour some low showers will be touching down into the north bay and the we might seal on the coast in peninsula south of us and then today like a said nice and dry a cooler start to the morning. six degrees in oakland and four in san francisco million note your highs later this afternoon.
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>> rebecca: >> marty:at least 8 people have been injured after a shooting in oakland. here's video from the scene just moments after the shots were fired. this video was sent to us by a kron 4 viewer. you can see how chaotic the situation was. you can see a bouncer holding a gun. police say it happened outside a nightclub just after midnight near broadway and 14th street. first responders found several people suffering from gunshot wounds. several were transported to area hospitals. others took themselves for treatment. police have not said exactly how many people were injured in the shooting or the conditions of the victims. so far, no report of any suspects or arrest. >> marty:another big story we are following this moring. the body of an east bay woman found beaten and burned has now been identified as a missing sheriff's volunteer. kron 4's ella sogomamonian reports police have arrested two people in connection with her murder. >> reporter:yes family members
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are torn apart by the devastating news tonight so understandbly no one wanted to talk - but a friend described karla as a nice person who brought joy to those around her and didn't deserve an end like this. earlier karla's aunt told kron 4 news her niece had applied for a job at thealameda county sheriff's office where she volunteered and was excited to start a career in law enforcement. her friend here at the vigil who also worked with her at a nearby kfc described karla as a fun person who would make coworkers laugh. he also said his girlfriend was the last person she dropped off at home before she was murdered. sot joorg zamora, karla's friend "karla dropped her off, karla left and later on a i get a text from my girl in the morning say hey karla's been gone for a couple hours and i said don't worry she's probably going to get there home but we waited today, nothing we waited to today, and today they let us know what happened." that news they got today of course that the body found in an
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oakland park was identified as karla. two suspects are now in custody one of which deputies say is a girl friend of karla's. we'll bring you more details as this case unravels. in san leandro ella sogomonian kron 4 news. in the north bay. investigators are still searching for clues, including a possible murder weapon after a body was found in a shallow grave at sonoma state university. the body of 18 year old kirk kimberly was discovered by a grounds keeper on wednesday. kimberly was originally from cotati. he was reported missing on october 17th. he was last seen riding his bike in rohnert park. some people who knew kimberly visted the crime scene. one of his friends told kron 4 that he wants justice. >> marty:police do not have any suspects or made any arrest in connection to this case. >> marty:happening today. more then 35 thousand kids and teens will take the field at a-t and t park for the sixth annual discovery day. organizers hold the event each year to help kids "unleash their
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inner scientist." kron 4's averi harper is standing by live from a-t and t with more. averi? >> averi: the operations outside at&t part taking part in the bay area's science festival annual discovery day it a lot of fun and it shows you what it was like last year: three more than 150 interactive exhibits
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and daylight savings time has come to an end. which means it is time once again to change our clocks as we fall back. so everyone go ahead and enjoy that extra hour of sleep. and as you are setting back your clocks the american red cross is reminding home-owners this is a good time to check smoke detectors as well. they say everytime you turn back your clocks, you should also push the test button on home smoke detectors to make sure they are in working order. for your health:
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here is a look at some of the new medical findings released this week: new research finds that a lack of sleep could lead to overeating and weight gain. doctors say people who do not get enough sleep at night are more likely to overeat during the day. they say that sleep deprivation can lead to an extra 385 calories per day. doctors say your hormones are affected when you don't get enough sleep and that means you need to eat more to feel full. the study was based on people who got less than five-and-a- half hours of sleep a night. the number of women dying worldwide from cancer is expected to rise to more than 5 million people a year by the year 20-30. this according to a new report from the american cancer society. in 2012 that number was 3-point- 5 million. but despite the expected increase in cancer related deaths worldwide , the number of cancer deaths is decreasing in the united states. for the weekend: it's the cowboy folk festival in sunol. check out the square dancing and celebrate the cowboy heritage. it's happening at the sunol- ohlone regional wilderness from 11:00 to 4:00 today. and it's free to attend.
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thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. >> rebecca: you see the and i starts here week at 7:00 hour not a ton fob it will be really nice getting in to sell from cisco the sun is definitely going to be out later this afternoon and we will see warm temperatures some areas getting into the '70s will be a gorgeous saturday and dry for your saturday and a lot of things done respecting rainbow later this evening we are going to track the storm just off the coasts of far north and we will see some of the rainfall getting to the bay area around 8:00 hour. heading through the day
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dry conditions 815 and that's where we start a season showers such creeping into the north bay. current temperatures look like this same or 40's over what we saw yesterday at this hour. a chilly 51 in san jose and 62 for san francisco.
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>> rebecca: 70 to conquer the more quite nice 70 degrees oakland at 64 for half moon bay. the three forecast looks like this with the showers again the early morning in his the temperatures in the upper 60s along the coast mid-60s and then monday if things dryout temperatures go just a bit. and then across the bay. the pick up the completed ballot and delivered to the whole election day.
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>> marty:new this morning. people who are hospitalized in alameda county on election day can still vote this year. hospital volunteers will distribute voters ballots to patients. then they will pick up the completed ballots and deliver them to the polls on election day. "they don't want to have to kill me, did you hear that? they dont want to have to kill me. but they will if they have to!" dramatic moments in berkeley. as a fight breaks out over a homeless encampment friday morning. berkeley police removed about three dozen people who were living in tents near adeline and fairview. kron 4's hermela aregawi has the story. * this is what fairview and adeline looks like all cleaned up. neighbors tell me less than 24 hours ago, there were about a dozen tents set up on this corner. around 5 this morning, berkley
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police broke up the camp. natsot i'm trying man. i live here it's a little hard to pack up your like in 5 seconds. the confrontation ended in at least 2 people being arrested. one of them is berkley city council candidate nanci temple- armstrong who is being arrested in this video. natsot nanci "they're trying to break my arm. they're trying to break my arm." 455 you can hear police telling temple armstrong that she blocked the jail van during the arrest of one of the campers. sot armstrong. you were taking a disabled sernior into a van that she did not want to go into. police: because she was under arrest. it continues like this for several more minutes until she's hauled off to jail. benjamin royer is disabled and had only been at the camp for four days. sot benjamin royer i was woken up with the cops actually yanking on the tarp that i was sleeping on, they were grabbing stuff left and right without really giving us a chance to break it down or get
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it in vehicles. now he's camped out at city hall with others who from adeline and fairview. sot benjamin royer im going to stick with the group whereever they go i will go. richie smith has lived in the bay area since 1949. she says things have gotten a lot worse for the homeless in recent years. sot richie smith i would like for them to find some place where they could camp out and if it's set up right, they can cultivate vegetables and do things to improve themselves and the community. thats what i would like to see. rather than keep moving em around and then complaining about how much money it costs to move them around. standup now there's certainly some debate about whether berkeley police were overly aggressive in breaking up the camp but the bigger question is whether this strategy the city is taking of shutting down these camps is effective because what happens as was the case today is the people move to another part of the city. reporting in berkeley, ha, k4 news. in california news. the death penalty decision hiatus is nearing it's end. it comes just days after the legal deadline to switch to a new method of executing condemed inmates. corrections officials have proposed one single lethal drug as means of legal execution. it's considered more humane than the three-drug cocktail used ten years ago in california's last legal injection. court pressure forced officials
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to find a single-drug execution method. it was also prompted by a nationwide shortage of drugs used in execution. ironically this comes days before californians decide whether to do away with the death penalty. coming up. luke walton takes on his former team as his lakers hosted the golden state warriors. and steph curry does something he hasn't done 157 games. the highlights just ahead. live look outside. richmond bridge for the weekend: it's the museum animals' send- off party. check out the live presentation. it's happening at the mission art center from 11:00 to 1:00. and it's free to attend.
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>> gary: 20 to go over your
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message around before the game over 10 on 313 points the warriors down 17 and have one juncture in the feared and then note the current was not bad site. 32 on five three-pointers thompson to for 20 in the shoe print well but the warriors. >> gary: and they a big football game the biggest for the raiders since they went to the super bowl in 2002. 530 starts lavished superable champion at the denver broncos oakland coliseum to chicago which is
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incredible. they had a million people lined the streets the cubs had 5 million today to celebrate the first world series and 108 years 17th largest gathering in human history. for
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the weekend: it's the dia de los muertos celebration in san rafael. check out the parade and performances. it's happening at the albert j. boro community center from 4:00 to 9:00. and it's free to attend.
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thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. in the south bay. police are not ruling out a gang connection in a double shooting that left one man dead. it happened near bambi lane and peter pan avenue around 6:30 thursday night. the man who is survived is reportedly saying little to police about the shooter. neighbors tell kron four the area is a gang hot spot. however, there is no word yet on a motive. police have increased patrols in the area in hopes of finding the shooter. in the east bay. contra costa county prosecutors have looked through hours of interviews with the woman at the center of a bay area sex scandal. they say they will charge only one former oakland police officer. kron 4's haaziq madyun explains how a bag of cheetos took center stage during friday's announcement. snack foods in exchange for sex with the woman formerly known as celeste guap.that was one unchargeable scenario according to contra costa county district attorney mark peterson "an incident where a bag of cheetos was brought along to a
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sexual encounter, there was insufficient evidence to prove that sex was engaged in" however a retired oakland police captain will be charged for soliciting sex from jasmine abusline as she prefers to be called now "she confirmed in her interview with us that, that did occur in contra costa county, we contacted that individual and he admitted that, privacy reasons we don't name people before they are charged but i will say this person is rather elderly, over 80-years-old" sources confirm to kron4 the retired oakland police captain is al perridon. our sources say that instead of paying for sex with cheetos the 81-year-old retired opd captain spent somewhere in the neighborhood of $250-dollars for sex with abuslin that occurred and we'll be charging that individual with misdemeanor solicitation of a prostitute" none of the other officers from richmond, oakland, san francisco or contra costa county will face any charges for crimes with abuslin "in this case the evidence that we were given, the information that was given to us by miss abuslin herself, does not warrant charges other than the one case involving the retired oakland police department captain" the d.a. says in those other cases the bsex was consensual, no money was exhanged and abuslin was of age. in contra costa county haaziq madyun kron4news the decsion in contra costa county may come as surprise. considering just weeks ago alameda county announced it planned to charge seven current or former police officers. as of this morning, six have been formally charged in the sex scandal. it also should be noted that 12 police officers from oakland have been disciplined. a total of 11 richmond offers have been disciplined and four have been fired. in a complicated investigation that may soon be ending. happening today.
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crab lovers rejoice, the offical start of crab season is set to begin. this is welcome releif after last year's month's-long delay to the season because of domoic acid issues. but there is another health warning surrounding the crabs this year. rebecca strom is here to tell us more about it.
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rebecca what are the dangers people still need to consider? marty health officials still want to warn people that eating the guts, or crab butter, might still get you sick that's because they might contain domoic acid as well. health officials say they have detected sporadic high levels of it again in some crabs. >> rebecca:as you may know, last years concerns of this acid kept commercial anglers from crabbing for several months, forcing them to miss the crucial holiday season. but if you do get sick from domoic acid, some of the symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, and dizziness. and some of those symptoms might start in as little as 30 minutes. if all goes as planned, *commercial crabbing will begin on november 15th. back to you marty. >> marty:in the north bay. officers in mill valley want to help people identify skimming
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devices on gas pump credit machines. this alert comes after a skimmer device was found at a gas station in the area. officers say some of these are not visible unless the gas pump key pad is opened. some thieves use bluetooth technology to steal credit card information. police want people to look for signs of a skimmer before paying for gas. those signs can include more than one credit card reader. visible wires outside the machine. and tape holding objects on the pump. authorities advise customers to check credit cards statements regularly for unusual charges. coming up next on kron four news weekend. a high school boy with down syndrome has his dream become a reality. we'' show you how his school helped him get under the bright lights. live look outside. san francisco international airport. for the weekend: it's the trail and nature walk in san francisco. enjoy the guided walk, shouldbe a nice day for it. it's happening at stow lake from 10:00 to noon. and it's free to attend.
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>> marty:in the north bay. a santa rosa high school came together to make a dream come true for a classmate with special needs. kron four's lydia pantazes shows us how a teenager with down syndrome stole the spotlight at a football game. >> reporter: getting a senior football players one senior however been waiting for this might all season. joe gary no. 25 does not typically get, seem joe has made a name for himself as a team hydration specialist he definitely shows said to his
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teammates. this time instead of serving water to the sea-maid's he ran the ball. classmates serving water to all year celebrated him. coming up next
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on kron four news weekend. another samsung product is being recalled because it can explode. it could be in your home, and it's not a phone. we'll show you next. for the weekend: it's the chinese historical society grand re-opening in san francisco. check out the interactive technology. it's happening at the chinese historical society all day. and it's free to attend.
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thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. >> rebecca: of will return a little bit later right now look at all four zones of force on forecast cameron network: get a bridge sampras's the peninsula's own downtown san jose east bay pleasanton and the far north bay it sound pretty nice vacancy lots of sunshine most of the other zones right now expect highs to be a very nice are on the after and early morning will be lovely out the door right
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now little bit chilly currently and make sure you cross water also tracking system just to the north off the coast this will bring some showers. right now seem mostly clear dry conditions alabama a cloud cover it starts moving into the bay area and going to the north bay over nine hours we see some showers as well waking up tomorrow o'clock might see scattered showers in the morning but very light rain expected then things will dry out as we get into the letter morning hours. make sure if you are leaving your home cross water 51 and oakland right now 56 san francisco the north in the 40's
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a 43 nevada of 45 california 43 for serosa. >> rebecca: lots of sunshine look forward to receive seven news on the board thought o'clock this afternoon the cloud cover will return the breeze will pick up just a bit 15 mi. an hour winds in some spots. it will be a nice afternoon by lunch time we see 77 u. over fairfield sunday to conquer the remark 70 degrees oakland and then 60s along the coast on the peninsula sunday rumble based planning forecast calls like this dropping down just a little better as far as temperatures go tomorrow. things will be quite nice setting up your work week monday we see temperatures in the '70s all week next week on the bay and inland.
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>> marty:happening now. almost three-million samsung washing machines are being recalled because they can explode. these pictures show some of the exploded apliances. samsung says the lids can violently pop off while the laundry is spinning. it's resulted in nine injuries, including a broken jaw and an injured shoulder. this comes as samsung is still recovering from the massive recall of the galaxy note seven phones. the company is offering customers free in home repairs or a rebate to buy a new samsung washer. on tuesday - it may feel like it comes down to just two candidates. but when it comes to what matters most to voters - the issues are endless. national correspondent mark meredith explains. taxes, security, womens rights. this election year - there are countless issues driving voters to the polls. but is there one issue - above all else - impacting 2016 - let's dig deeper. according to a poll from c-b-s
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news and the new york times - a third of those surveyed say it's the economy that'll be the biggest factor in choosing their candidate. but who will this benefit most? trump sells his business record voters almost daily with voters. clinton is counting on the voters memories of economic boom of the 1990s - during her husband's term - as proof she'd help america propser. one difference from the 90s - how much voters care about terrorism and security. in the same poll -29% of voters say they're voting based on safety. isis insipired attacks in the u-s and abroad have kept much of the nation on edge. americans also remain heavily focused on healthcare. president obama's legacy policy
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- obamacare - isn't doing much to boost democrats this time around. news of premiums rising - could
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signal why 16% voters are most concerned about their medical insurance. and last but certainly not least - immigration. nat: "build the wall" immigration is donald trump's signature policy. his effort to build a border wall betweeen mexico and the u-s - will not soon be forgotten. but will it drive republicans to the polls - maybe not. only eight percent of those survey say immigration matters most to them. on election day - voters have a serious choice to make. but will it based on one issue overall - we'll have to wait for tuesday night to find out. reporting in washington, i'm mark meredith. and the kron4 morning news is your place for election day coverage. our team of reporters will be spread out across the bay as voters head to the polls and we'll take a closer look the propositions and measures that matter to you. that's next week right here on kron4. federal law enforcement officials are working to guard against security threats as election day nears. authorities intercepted conversations among al-qaeda followers overseas. talking about targeting new york, texas and virginia. the usual security concerns about election day have also been elevated. they say this is because of how divisive the presidential campaign has been this election season. a jury has found rolling stone magazine liable in a defemation trial over it's "a rape on campus" article. the magazine is apologzing to an administrator at the university of virginia. it claimed the article portrayed the reporter of the story as indifferent to the alleged victim. the jury found the article defamed her in the reporte about an alleged gang rape at a fraternity house. rolling stone said, it hopes its mistake doesn't overshadow the importance of what is discussed in the article. in the case, the victim is asking for seven-point-five- million dollars. the damages will be determined later. coming up next on kron four news weekend. critics say the movie box office is hurting right now. we'll look at the movies that might can help them get back on
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track this weekend. live look outside.sutro tower. for the weekend: it's the patchwork festival in oakland. enjoy the food trucks and emerging artists, crafters and designers. it's happening all day at jack london square. and it's free to attend.
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the movie box office has been in something of a slump lately. but a super hero movie and a couple of other films are here to save the day. national correspondent david daniel takes a look at what's new in theaters this weekend. "through the mystic arts, we harness energy, and shape reality. we travel great distances -- in an instant." when benedict cumberbatch can no longer be a surgeon, he becomes a sorcerer in "doctor strange." box ofice watchers are looking to marvel's latest adventure to give ticket sales a boost with a 65-to-70 million-dollar debut. "a five-six-seven-eight!" for the younger set, there's "trolls" -- yes, an animated movie about this little dolls with the big hair. anna kendrick and justin timberlake lead the voice cast of the technicolor 'toon, which analysts predict will open around 35-to-40 million dollars. "you don't kill." "no, sir." "you know, quite a bit of killing does occur in war." on a much more serious note,
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andrew garfield stars in "hacksaw ridge," based on the true story of a conscientious objector who saved lives and won medals in world war two. it's the first film mel gibson has directed in a decade, and like "doctor strange" and "trolls," it's getting good reviews, though it's opening in fewer theaters than those two -- it's looking at a 12-to-15 million dollar debut. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. we all know those songs that get stuck in our heads. but why does that happen? well it turns out there is some science behind it. a study from psychologists at durham university in the u-k say it's a common phenomenon. and that it comes down to three reasons. one is the pace of the song. a simple structure to a song also makes it easier to remember. and a few unique intervals. helps too. researchers say 90-percent of people experience what they call an earworm song at least once a week. so what's the number one earworm song you ask? that would be lady gaga's bad romance. also on the list is journey's don't stop believin and queen's bohemian rhapsody. one in stuck in my mind is that go cubs go song.
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>> marty: good morning and welcome to kron four news weekend. we're taking a live look form our embarcadero camera. thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. breaking overnight. >> rebecca: bad as their that is november and we have dry conditions as well for the entire day today a lot of things can get it done definitely enjoy the outdoors. we are seeing a cooler starts your morning since 24 hours ago nine degrees cooler 7 degrees for oakland's then yesterday at this time two
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degrees cooler for hayward we do have '40's 49 for monday of 48 for san jose 61 richmond but you know what to expect for this afternoon all coming up and also break down how the rain will shape up into tomorrow morning as well. >> marty:at least 8 people have been injured after a shooting in oakland. here's video from the scene just moments after the shots were
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fired. this video was sent to us by a kron 4 viewer. you can see how chaotic the situation was. you can see a bouncer holding a gun. police say it happened outside a nightclub just after midnight near broadway and 14th street. first responders found several people suffering from gunshot wounds. several were transported to area hospitals. others took themselves for treatment. police have not said exactly how many people were injured in the shooting or the conditions of the victims. so far, no report of any suspects or arrest. another big story we are following this moring. the body of an east bay woman found beaten and burned has now been identified as a missing sheriff's volunteer.
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kron 4's ella sogomamonian reports police have arrested two people in connection with her murder. yes family members are torn apart by the devastating news tonight so understandbly no one wanted to talk - but a friend described karla as a nice person who brought joy to those around her and didn't deserve an end like this. earlier karla's aunt told kron 4 news her niece had applied for a job at thealameda county sheriff's office where she volunteered and was excited to start a career in law enforcement. her friend here at the vigil who also worked with her at a nearby kfc described karla as a fun person who would make coworkers laugh. he also said his girlfriend was the last person she dropped off at home before she was murdered. sot joorg zamora, karla's friend "karla dropped her off, karla left and later on a i get a text from my girl in the morning say hey karla's been gone for a couple hours and i said don't worry she's probably going to get there home but we waited today, nothing we waited to today, and today they us know w 63 that news they got today of course that the body found in an oakl as oakl as wo suspects are now in y one of which deputies say is a girl frie3 this case unravels. in san leandro ella sogomonian kron 4 news. in the north bay. investigators are still searching for clues, including a possible murder weapon after a body was found in a shallow grave at sonoma state university. the body of 18 year old kirk kimberly was discovered by a grounds keeper on wednesday. c1kimberly was originally from bc1kimberly was originally from he was last seen riding his bike some people who knew kimberly visted the o of w3 police do not have any suspects or made any arrest in connection happening today. more then 35 thousand kids and teens wft discovery da organizers hold the event each year to help kids "unleash their inner sc >> marty: 864 record shows brought to a sexual garter insufficient evidence to prove sex was engaged in. retired: please capt. will be charged for
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soliciting sex from jasmine as she prefers to be called now.
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again to change our clocks as we fall back. so everyone go ahead and enjoy that extra hour of sleep. and as you are setting back your clocks the american red cross is reminding home-owners this is a good time to check smoke detectors as well. they say everytime you turn back your clocks, you should also push the test button on home smoke detectors to make sure they are in working order.
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for your health: here is a look at some of the new medical findings released
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this week: new research finds that a lack of sleep could lead to overeating and weight gain. doctors say people who do not get enough sleep at night are more likely to overeat during the day. they say that sleep deprivation can lead to an extra 385 calories per day. doctors say your hormones are affected when you don't get enough sleep and that means you need to eat more to feel full. the study was based on people who got less than five-and-a- half hours of sleep a night. the number of women dying worldwide from cancer is expected to rise to more than 5 million people a year by the year 20-30. this according to a new report from the american cancer society. in 2012 that number was 3-point- 5 million. but despite the expected increase in cancer related deaths worldwide , the number of cancer deaths is decreasing in the united states. for the weekend: it's the cowboy folk festival in sunol. check out the square dancing and celebrate the cowboy heritage. it's happening at the sunol- ohlone regional wilderness from 11:00 to 4:00 today. and it's free to attend.
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thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. >> rebecca: it is a swell their sweater weather out there. we will have cooler conditions temperatures in the 40's in some spots '50s in most places and also attracting some rain on the way to the bay area this shows the system just thought the coast to the north the loss now the southern part of the system. in the bay area later this evening and a breakdown for you at the future cassette shows right now we do of the cloud cover in some spots around the bay and dry conditions coarser up the entire day. small morning
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you wake up to some of the showers continue as well. cameron network out the door peninsula sound overlooking the financial district in san francisco three degrees cooler along east bay's shoreline team for hayward 3 for san jose 11 degrees cooler half moon bay right now fifties for oakland
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and hayward coming in at 52 and then a 52 and center fell right now planning a day this season the dry conditions of the warmer temperatures partly cloudy with the slight breeze in the air 59 hour winds expected a letter on the 5:00 hour. lunchtime temperatures quite nice and 71 fairfield 72 concord livermore and 73 for oakland 62 for san francisco. >> marty:new this morning. people who are hospitalized in alameda county on election day can still vote this year. hospital volunteers will distribute voters ballots to patients. then they will pick up the completed ballots and deliver them to the polls on election day. "they don't want to have to kill me, did you hear that? they dont want to have to kill me. but they will if they have to!"
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dramatic moments in berkeley. as a fight breaks out over a homeless encampment friday morning. berkeley police removed about three dozen people who were living in tents near adeline and fairview. kron 4's hermela aregawi has the story. * this is what fairview and adeline looks like all cleaned up. neighbors tell me less than 24 hours ago, there were about a dozen tents set up on this corner. >> reporter:around 5 this morning, berkley police broke up the camp. natsot i'm trying man. i live here it's a little hard to pack up your like in 5 seconds. the confrontation ended in at least 2 people being arrested. one of them is berkley city council candidate nanci temple- armstrong who is being arrested in this video. natsot nanci "they're trying to break my arm. they're trying to break my arm." 455 you can hear police telling temple armstrong that she blocked the jail van during the arrest of one of the campers. sot armstrong. you were taking a disabled sernior into a van that she did
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not want to go into. police: because she was under arrest. it continues like this for several more minutes until she's hauled off to jail. benjamin royer is disabled and had only been at the camp for four days. sot benjamin royer i was woken up with the cops actually yanking on the tarp that i was sleeping on, they were grabbing stuff left and
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right without really giving us a chance to break it down or get it in vehicles. now he's camped out at city hall with others who from adeline and fairview. sot benjamin royer im going to stick with the group whereever they go i will go. richie smith has lived in the bay area since 1949. she says things have gotten a lot worse for the homeless in recent years. sot richie smith i would like for them to find some place where they could camp out and if it's set up right, they can cultivate vegetables and do things to improve themselves and the community. thats what i would like to see. rather than keep moving em around and then complaining about how much money it costs to move them around. standup now there's certainly some debate about whether berkeley police were overly aggressive in breaking up the camp but the bigger question is whether this strategy the city is taking of shutting down these camps is effective because what happens as was the case today is the people move to another part of the city. reporting in berkeley, ha, k4 news. in california news. the death penalty decision hiatus is nearing it's end. it comes just days after the legal deadline to switch to a new method of executing condemed inmates. corrections officials have proposed one single lethal drug as means of legal execution. it's considered more humane than the three-drug cocktail used ten years ago in california's last legal injection. court pressure forced officials to find a single-drug execution method. it was also prompted by a nationwide shortage of drugs used in execution. ironically this comes days before californians decide whether to do away with the death penalty. coming up. luke walton takes on his former team as his lakers hosted the golden state warriors. and steph curry does something he hasn't done 157 games. the highlights just ahead. live look outside. richmond bridge for the weekend:
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it's the museum animals' send- off party. check out the live presentation. it's happening at the mission art center from 11:00 to 1:00. and it's free to attend. for the weekend: it's the dia de los muertos celebration in san rafael. check out the parade and performances. it's happening at the albert j. boro community center from 4:00 to 9:00. and it's free to attend.
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>> gary: durant was that some night and 275 rebounds 20 turnovers five of 38 ford's class a thompson to for 20. the zero layers bilingual lakers in
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2000 to a they hosted by defending champion denver broncos at oakland coliseum to chicago which is incredible.
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gonzalez. here's rebecca strom
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with the weather forecast. in the south bay. police are not ruling out a gang connection in a double shooting that left one man dead. >> rebecca: the l.a. and i
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starts the morning and then temperature is still outside seen some cool conditions differences guys shot through financial district and we do have hazy conditions the sunshine still reflecting off the buildings right now currently 54 degrees a pair fifties for oakland san jose and concord still in the 40's of 49 degrees 43 force and rose up. warmer temperatures expected 5:00 this afternoon cloud cover returns preconditions it will wrap up to be in my staff and in gorgeous day to spend outside
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although >> marty: result out political and propositions and measures that matter to you right here
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the man who is survived is reportedly saying little to police about the shooter. neighbors tell kron four the area is a gang hot spot. however, there is no word yet on a motive. police have increased patrols in the area in hopes of finding the shooter. in the east bay. contra costa county prosecutors have looked through hours of interviews with the woman at the center of a bay area sex scandal. they say they will charge only one former oakland police officer. kron 4's haaziq madyun explains the trail nature francisco was a nice day still 10 for 210.
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in the north bay. a santa rosa high school came together to make a dream come true for a classmate with special needs. kron four's lydia pantazes shows us how a teenager with down syndrome stole the spotlight at a football game. tonight joe gets to play. he may not see much but definitely
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shows it but and said those teammates.
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>> rebecca: vacancies some of the shower starts to move across the bay area and over nine hours should continue to be little bit spotty for showers as well tomorrow morning a couple and the north bay much cooler end to yesterday. m three degrees cooler 24 hours in san francisco 7 in the east bay shoreline and then to a three for san jose current temperatures in the '40's 52 for hayward 50 degrees for oakland and mostly forties and the north bay.
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some >> reporter: jose this of
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the market down there a collective of a bunch of different vendors. amazing cocktails' and drinks. it will be showing.
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>> reporter: another when the east bay in martina's. in this charming little ease bank coffeeshops and then as you can see there offering a dollar a share coffee for all voters tuesday.
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>> reporter: this last one is a food part of sorts street food part.
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>> reporter: horas engine and a reality. travel great leaps and an instant. box office watchers are looking to get a great lesson venture with a boost the 65 $70 million debut. for younger set there's central yes an animated movie about little balls of the big hair. i'm much more serious note entered garfield hacksaw ridge based on
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the true story of a country as a conscientious objector in world war two first film his record in that decade. >> marty: this is a common phenomenon it comes down to the pace the song and a few new unique intervals help 90 percent of people experience in your worms on at least once a week also of the journey don't stop believing and a rhapsody.
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>> rebecca: we're seeing some dry conditions right now and to the noon hour enjoy lunch outside
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good morning and welcome to kron four news weekend. we're taking a live look form our embarcadero camera. thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. breaking overnight. >> rebecca: i sit up the day of a week and we see sixties even some seven days for what his thoughts
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the ft for oakland a degree cooler in san francisco's seven degrees cooler for half of monday south bay definitely cooler three degrees cooler mountain view san jose happen
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just as a nightclub after midnight near broadway and 14th and oakland. now identified as a missing share a volunteer.
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>> reporter: friend and nearby camps say it would drive it the odds say she's a fine person and made coworkers' laugh and was a lack person home is still. her friend here at the vigil who also worked with her at a nearby kfc described karla as a fun person who would make coworkers laugh. he also said his girlfriend was the last person she dropped off at home before she was murdered. sot joorg zamora, karla's friend
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"karla dropped her off, karla left and later on a i get a text from my girl in the morning say hey karla's been gone for a couple hours and i said don't worry she's probably going to get there home but we waited today, nothing we waited to today, and today they let us know what happened." that news they got today of course that the body found in an oakland park was identified as karla. two suspects are now in custody one of which deputies say is a girl friend of karla's. we'll bring you more details as this case unravels. in san leandro ella sogomonian kron 4 news. in the north bay. investigators are still searching for clues, including a possible murder weapon after a body was found in a shallow grave at sonoma state university. the body of 18 year old kirk kimberly was discovered by a grounds keeper on wednesday. kimberly was originally from cotati. he was reported missing on october 17th. he was last seen riding his bike in rohnert park. some people who knew kimberly visted the crime scene. one of his friends told kron 4 that he wants justice. police do not have any suspects or made any arrest in connection to this case. happening today. more then 35 thousand kids and teens will take the field at a-t and t park for the sixth annual discovery day. organizers hold the event each year to help kids "unleash their inner scientist." kron 4's averi harper is standing by live from a-t and t
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with more. averi? and daylight savings time has come to an end. which means it is time once again to change our clocks as we fall back. so everyone go ahead and enjoy that extra hour of sleep. nd as yo yourur of sleep. clocks the is reminding home-own a good time to check smoke detectors as wel they say everytime you turn back your clocks, you should also push the test button on home smoke detectors to make sure they are in working order.
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for your health: here is a look at some of the new medical findings released this week: new research finds that a lack of sleep could lead to overeating and weight gain. doctors say people who do not get enough sleep at night are more likely to overeat during the day. they say that sleep deprivation can lead to an extra 385 calories per day.
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>> rebecca: as the clearest tonight we see some the showers starts to touch down through the north pay for the most part and then we might seasons and in san francisco then mainly stays in the north bay tomorrow morning we we got some lingering showers in might need to see the umbrella in the north bay even in san francisco some the sprinkler sprinkles early tomorrow morning and then everything dries out quite a nice day tomorrow as well. state high as like this and then san
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francisco 65 so not bad right now outside and might see the sunny conditions here temperatures seeing it warm up just a little bet 54 in san jose and 51 east bay shoreline as well. and then 5:00 was the wind speeds and then at '70s and lind. 78 expected for oakland. low 60s along the coast morning
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showers things dry out tomorrow '70s once again are on the day and then also in land. >> marty: people who are hospitalized in alameda county on election day can still vote this year. hospital volunteers will distribute voters ballots to patients. then they will pick up the completed ballots and deliver them to the polls on election day.
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"they don't want to have to kill me, did you hear that? they dont want to have to kill me. but they will if they have to!" dramatic moments in berkeley. as a fight breaks out over a homeless encampment friday morning. berkeley police removed about three dozen people who were living in tents near adeline and fairview. kron 4's hermela aregawi has the story. * this is what fairview and adeline looks like all cleaned up. neighbors tell me less than 24 hours ago, there were about a dozen tents set up on this corner. around 5 this morning, berkley police broke up the camp. natsot i'm trying man. i live here it's a little hard to pack up your like in 5 seconds.
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the confrontation ended in at least 2 people being arrested. one of them is berkley city council candidate nanci temple- armstrong who is being arrested in this video. natsot nanci "they're trying to break my arm. they're trying to break my
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arm." 455 you can hear police telling temple armstrong that she blocked the jail van during the arrest of one of the campers. sot armstrong. you were taking a disabled sernior into a van that she did not want to go into. police: because she was under arrest. it continues like this for several more minutes until she's hauled off to jail. benjamin royer is disabled and had only been at the camp for four days. sot benjamin royer i was woken up with the cops actually yanking on the tarp that i was sleeping on, they were grabbing stuff left and right without really giving us a chance to break it down or get it in vehicles. now he's camped out at city hall with others who from adeline and fairview. sot benjamin royer im going to stick with the group whereever they go i will go. richie smith has lived in the bay area since 1949. she says things have gotten a lot worse for the homeless in recent years. sot richie smith i would like for them to find some place where they could camp out and if it's set up right, they can cultivate vegetables and do things to improve themselves and the community.
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thats what i would like to see. rather than keep moving em around and then complaining about how much money it costs to move them around. standup now there's certainly some debate about whether berkeley police were overly aggressive in breaking up the camp but the bigger question is whether this strategy the city is taking of shutting down these camps is effective because what happens as was the case today is the people move to another part of the city. reporting in berkeley, ha, k4 news. in california news. the death penalty decision hiatus is nearing it's end. it comes just days after the legal deadline to switch to a new method of executing condemed inmates. corrections officials have proposed one single lethal drug as means of legal execution. it's considered more humane than the three-drug cocktail used ten years ago in california's last legal injection. court pressure forced officials to find a single-drug execution method. it was also prompted by a nationwide shortage of drugs used in execution. ironically this comes days before californians decide whether to do away with the death penalty. coming up. luke walton takes on his former team as his lakers hosted the golden state warriors. and steph curry does something he hasn't done 157 games. the highlights just ahead. live look outside. richmond bridge for the weekend: it's the museum animals' send- off party. check out the live presentation. it's happening at the mission art center from 11:00 to
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>> gary: they started out 24 know when they took over and the like this guy they're messing iv the game kurri over 10 on very
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in chicago just incredible i keep bringing this out
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>> marty: and undefeated
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washington pickoff memorial stadium 730 tonight 500 record right now for wins and four losses the and all this back from to the usc. outside for a live look at the bay bridge embarcadero camera as we start the ball back slowly and i start and then the forecast standing by looking for something to do all the assess the parade performance is all happening at the albert j. boris community center from 4:00 to 9:00 this evening absolutely free it's the dia de los muertos celebration in san rafael. check out the parade and performances. it's happening at the albert j. boro community center from 4:00 to 9:00. and it's free to attend.
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thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast. >> rebecca: mild comfortable and in the low '70's but take a look right now. cameron network you can see all four cars zones and mostly sunny conditions this morning and definitely starting off to be a great saturday gorgeous three much drop the day today as well some nice temperatures once again to the afternoon hours. dry conditions right now rain is on the way to the bay area storm tractor shot in the rain for us to the far north nice bird's-eye view a closer look south end of this system sleeping through the bay
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area later this evening. into this evening that's only start to see the showers touchdown in the north bay cerros sought through nevada center fell >> rebecca: morning you might see a sprinkler to want to get in the afternoon hours a small
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56 >> rebecca: in san francisco right now along the coast police moving out a gain connection the left one man dead. in the east bay the prosecutors are looking to hours of interviews they say
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they will charge only one former oakland police officer a bag of she knows it took precedent over yesterday's announcement. they say they will charge only kron 4's haaziq madyun explains how a bag of cheetos took center stage during friday's announcement. snack foods in exchange for sex with the woman formerly known as celeste guap.that was one unchargeable scenario according to contra costa county district attorney mark peterson "an incident where a bag of cheetos was brought along to a sexual encounter, there was insufficient evidence to prove that sex was engaged in" however a retired oakland police captain will be charged for soliciting sex from jasmine abusline as she prefers to be called now "she confirmed in her interview with us that, that did occur in contra costa county, we contacted that individual and he admitted that, privacy reasons we don't name people before they are charged but i will say this person is rather elderly, over 80-years-old" sources confirm to kron4 the
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retired oakland police captain is al perridon. our sources say that instead of paying for sex with cheetos the 81-year-old retired opd captain spent somewhere in the neighborhood of $250-dollars for sex with abuslin that occurred and we'll be charging that individual with misdemeanor solicitation of a prostitute" none of the other officers from richmond, oakland, san francisco or contra costa county will face any charges for crimes with abuslin "in this case the evidence that we were given, the information that was given to us by miss abuslin herself, does not warrant charges other than the one case involving the retired oakland police department captain" the d.a. says in those other cases the bsex was consensual, no money was exhanged and abuslin was of age. in contra costa county haaziq madyun kron4news the decsion in contra costa county may come as surprise. considering just weeks ago alameda county announced it planned to charge seven current or former police officers. as of this morning, six have been formally charged in the sex scandal. it also should be noted that 12 police officers from oakland have been disciplined.
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a total of 11 richmond offers have been disciplined and four have been fired. in a complicated investigation that may soon be ending. >> marty:happening today.
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crab lovers rejoice, the offical start of crab season is set to begin. this is welcome releif after last year's month's-long delay to the season because of domoic acid issues. but there is another health warning surrounding the crabs this year. rebecca strom is here to tell us more about it. rebecca what are the dangers people still need to consider? marty health officials still want to warn people that eating the guts, or crab butter, might still get you sick that's because they might contain domoic acid as well. health officials say they have detected sporadic high levels of it again in some crabs. as you may know, last years concerns of this acid kept commercial anglers from crabbing for several months, forcing them to miss the crucial holiday season. but if you do get sick from domoic acid, some of the symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, and dizziness. and some of those symptoms might start in as little as 30 minutes. if all goes as planned, *commercial crabbing will begin on november 15th. back to you marty. >> averi: eliciting medical condition at this time the motive for the shooting is on non
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in the north bay. officers in mill valley want to
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>> marty:in the north bay. a santa rosa high school came together to make a dream come true for a classmate with special needs. kron four's lydia pantazes shows us how a teenager with down syndrome stole the spotlight at a football game. tonight joke may not say much
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but he definitely shows it and so do his teammates. before the game started opposing team get together, field amid a play just for joe. this time instead of serving water to his teammates he ran the ball right down to the end zone. coming up next on kron four news weekend. another samsung product is being recalled because it can explode. it could be in your home, and it's not a phone. we'll show you next.
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for the weekend: it's the chinese historical society grand re-opening in san francisco. check out the interactive technology. it's happening at the chinese historical society all day. and it's free to attend.
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thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here's rebecca strom with the weather forecast.
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happening now. >> rebecca: the southern part of the system lets alicea showers touchdown the area and this afternoon into the overnight hours even waking up tomorrow morning. we see most of it in the north bay and then some showers for severances go along the coast. temperatures right now looks like this already in the '60s east bay shoreline richmond and oakland.
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>> marty:almost three-million samsung washing machines are being recalled because they can
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explode. these pictures show some of the exploded apliances. samsung says the lids can violently pop off while the laundry is spinning. it's resulted in nine injuries, including a broken jaw and an injured shoulder. this comes as samsung is still recovering from the massive recall of the galaxy note seven phones. the company is offering customers free in home repairs or a rebate to buy a new samsung washer. on tuesday - it may feel like it comes down to just two candidates. but when it comes to what matters most to voters - the issues are endless. national correspondent mark meredith explains. taxes, security, womens rights. this election year - there are countless issues driving voters to the polls. but is there one issue - above all else - impacting 2016 -
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let's dig deeper. according to a poll from c-b-s news and the new york times - a third of those surveyed say it's the economy that'll be the biggest factor in choosing their candidate. but who will this benefit most? trump sells his business record voters almost daily with voters. clinton is counting on the voters memories of economic boom of the 1990s - during her husband's term - as proof she'd help america propser. one difference from the 90s - how much voters care about terrorism and security. in the same poll -29% of voters say they're voting based on safety. isis insipired attacks in the u- s and abroad have kept much of the nation on edge.
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americans also remain heavily focused on healthcare. president obama's legacy policy - obamacare - isn't doing much to boost democrats this time around. news of premiums rising - could signal why 16% voters are most concerned about their medical insurance. and last but certainly not least - immigration. nat: "build the wall" immigration is donald trump's signature policy. his effort to build a border wall betweeen mexico and the u-s - will not soon be forgotten. but will it drive republicans to the polls - maybe not. only eight percent of those survey say immigration matters most to them. on election day - voters have a serious choice to make. but will it based on one issue overall - we'll have to wait
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for tuesday night to find out. reporting in washington, i'm mark meredith. and the kron4 morning news is your place for election day coverage. our team of reporters will be spread out across the bay as voters head to the polls and we'll take a closer look the propositions and measures that matter to you. that's next week right here on kron4. federal law enforcement officials are working to guard against security threats as election day nears. authorities intercepted conversations among al-qaeda followers overseas. talking about targeting new york, texas and virginia. the usual security concerns about election day have also been elevated. they say this is because of how divisive the presidential campaign has been this election season. a jury has found rolling stone magazine liable in a defemation trial over it's "a rape on campus" article. the magazine is apologzing to an administrator at the university of virginia. it claimed the article portrayed the reporter of the story as indifferent to the alleged victim. the jury found the article defamed her in the reporte about an alleged gang rape at a fraternity house. rolling stone said, it hopes its mistake doesn't overshadow the importance of what is discussed in the article. in the case, the victim is asking for seven-point-five- million dollars. the damages will be determined later. coming up next on kron four news weekend. critics say the movie box office is hurting right now. we'll look at the movies that might can help them get back on track this weekend. live look outside.sutro tower. for the weekend: it's the patchwork festival in oakland. enjoy the food trucks and emerging artists, crafters and designers. it's happening all day at jack london square. and it's free to attend.
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the movie box office has been in something of a slump lately. but a super hero movie and a couple of other films are here to save the day. national correspondent david daniel takes a look at what's new in theaters this weekend. "through the mystic arts, we harness energy, and shape reality. we travel great distances -- in an instant." when benedict cumberbatch can no longer be a surgeon, he becomes a sorcerer in "doctor strange." box ofice watchers are looking to marvel's latest adventure to give ticket sales a boost with a 65-to-70 million- dollar debut. "a five-six-seven-eight!" for the younger set, there's "trolls" -- yes, an animated movie about this little dolls with the big hair. anna kendrick and justin timberlake lead the voice cast of the technicolor 'toon, which analysts predict will open around 35-to-40 million dollars. "you don't kill." "no, sir." "you know, quite a bit of
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killing does occur in war." on a much more serious note, andrew garfield stars in "hacksaw ridge," based on the true story of a conscientious objector who saved lives and won medals in world war two. it's the first film mel gibson has directed in a decade, and like "doctor strange" and "trolls," it's getting good reviews, though it's opening in fewer theaters than those two -- it's looking at a 12-to-15 million dollar debut. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. we all know those songs that get stuck in our heads. but why does that happen? well it turns out there is some science behind it. a study from psychologists at durham university in the u-k say it's a common phenomenon. and that it comes down to three reasons. one is the pace of the song. a simple structure to a song also makes it easier to remember. and a few unique intervals. helps too. researchers say 90-percent of people experience what they call an earworm song at least once a week.
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so what's the number one earworm song you ask? that would be lady gaga's bad romance. also on the list is journey's don't stop believin and queen's bohemian rhapsody. one in stuck in my mind is that go cubs go song. >> marty: eyes on the '70s the election day reason not to go the polls. inelegant extra hours sleep tonight.
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they prey on our children, spending billions. addicting 17,000 california kids each year. eventually killing one-third of them. now tobacco companies are spending millions to... defeat prop 56. because in every state that's raised tobacco taxes, smoking rates go down. so who are you going to trust? pediatricians, cancer groups and the califronia pta who all... support prop 56. or the tobacco companies trying to kill it. vote yes on 56.
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[music] >> tracy sellers: hey, everybody. welcome to "california bountiful." i'm your host, tracy sellers, and today, we're hanging out in apple hill, as you can tell by the huge apple here. it's a place known for their amazing selection of food. and not far from here is where i found a one-of-a-kind bakery that is reinventing the classics with their own local flair. [music] >> tracy: there are few foods that delight the senses quite like bread that is fresh from the oven, and there are few places quite like the suncoast

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